Stephen F. Diamond (Santa Clara): Facebook's Failed IPO and the Era of Insider Capitalism. From FDL, a book salon on Bailout: How I Watched Washington Rescue Wall Street While Abandoning Main Street by Neil Barofsky. Raging Bulls: Jerry Adler on how Wall Street got addicted to light-speed trading. Barry Ritholtz on 10 inviolable rules for dealing with the sharks on Wall Street. Sarah Binder on credible commitments and the Federal Reserve. An interview with Kirsten Grind, author of The Lost Bank: The Story of Washington Mutual. William J. Quirk on Too Big to Fail and Too Risky to Exist: Four years after the 2008 financial crisis, banks are behaving more recklessly than ever. “This guy hates us”: Gayle Tzemach Lemmon on why Wall Street turned against Obama. Vanguard creator Jack Bogle speaks on how to reform Wall Street. Michael Biggs and Thomas Mayer on how central banks contributed to the financial crisis. Lehman Brothers: Mark Denbeaux et al. on a license to fail with other people’s money. Lehman Brothers, we heard you were dead: It's time to forget about the bank that almost destroyed the world. An excerpt from A Nation of Deadbeats: An Uncommon History of America's Financial Disasters by Scott Reynolds Nelson.